It looks like it's a great time to be a Dragon Quest fan. Square Enix has just announced Hoshi no Dragon Quest, or Dragon Quest of the Stars, coming to both iPhone and Android. Hit the jump for more details!
The [email protected] Cinderella Girls: Starlight Stage is an upcoming app for both iOS and Android that'll feature several familiar songs from the property. A special video debuted today during the I[email protected] [email protected] of Idol World concerts that shows off the theme song, "Todoke! Idol." Hit the jump for the video!
The same studio behind Love Live: School Idol Festival for iOS and Android are bringing you a Bleach mobie title, and it's headed for release this spring in Japan. Hit the jump for more!
Square Enix is promoting yet another mobile title from its arsenal of strategy games, and this one's called Heavenstrike Rivals. A tactical role-playing game, it's headed for a smartphone near you in the near future. Hit the jump to see more!
Sony's Shuhei Yoshida opens up further about the forthcoming PlayStation App for smartphones meant to serve as a companion to the forthcioming PlayStation 4, and it sounds pretty useful for a mobile app. Hit the jump for a rundown of features.
The Attack On Titan editor at Shonen Magazine recently Tweeted to followers on the account asking Japanese smartphone users to go to Yahoo! Japan's Mobile homepage to search for any Attack On Titan related words to see what happens. Find out what happens after the jump!
Just when Sakura thought she had all the Clow Cards in her deck, somehow they managed to whisk themselves away again. The work of a Cardcaptor is never finished, apparently, and so CLAMP's manga becomes a mobile game set to launch "in a few days" on Mobage. Bump the jump for the trailer and details on the Arika-developed Cardcaptor Sakura and the Mysterious Cards!
If you're worried that Namco Bandai just crushed your hearts by announcing a mobile game that may or may not get localized, fear not! The countdown we mentioned the other day is still counting down. If you're curious about the new strategy RPG for Android coming this summer to Japan, bump the jump!
Japanese moviegoers planning to attend showings of the live-action Paradise Kiss adaptation—based on the Ai Yazawa's manga of the same name—have something else to tide them over until the June 4 premiere. Paradise Kiss: After School is a 4-episode spin-off series that will be available exclusively through mobile content service "LISMO Drama!"